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Author Topic: Rb Adapter Plate  (Read 2488 times)

Offline BattleFairy

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« on: 06:58:49 AM / 22-Jul-10 »
need some input from ya guys

what ya think of my mega hightech adapter plate which use oem mounts  
« Last Edit: 07:00:04 AM / 22-Jul-10 by BattleFairy »

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Offline RB25sx - SLPR

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« Reply #1 on: 09:31:22 AM / 22-Jul-10 »
That setup would effectively give you 2 sets of dampeners and I doubt thats what you want. Also, given the weight of the motor, and the length of that (effectively a torque arm) plate you are going to more than likely shear something. Either make an adapter that goes from those mounts (that are shot now, by the way) to the 4 bolt engine mount on the RB or make an adapter from the single bolt RB isolator to the crossmember.

I ended up ditching the crossmember all together and bolted my engine mounts to the frame rails.

-dan

edit: Perhaps I overlooked one thing, is the RB isolator single bolt on both sides? In that case you could bolt to the engine mount - but you are still applying a lot of twisting torque.
« Last Edit: 09:33:27 AM / 22-Jul-10 by RB25sx - SLPR »

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« Reply #2 on: 10:15:39 AM / 22-Jul-10 »
yeahh that twisty thing iam aware^^
iam thinking about some support behind the plate like a puk or something that rest on the crossmember itself

i basicly make a more simpel version of some swap kits which i saw across the web

^^pricetags around 300$ makes me laugh for some simple plates

180$  

yeahh you see the plates in the middle?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/240SX-SWAP-...sQ5fAccessories
something like that
« Last Edit: 10:25:29 AM / 22-Jul-10 by BattleFairy »
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« Reply #3 on: 12:11:49 PM / 25-Jul-10 »
hmmmmm my head explode soon.......... i redesign my work but i dont get a feel for it

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I know the zero lift kit is not really stronger,and the mckinney kit is a fucking joke



any suggestions?
« Last Edit: 02:57:50 PM / 25-Jul-10 by BattleFairy »
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Offline Draconis

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« Reply #4 on: 02:17:49 PM / 25-Jul-10 »
Looks not too bad.  Similar to the design I have... I'll have to reference the details where my thread is.

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« Reply #5 on: 08:44:27 PM / 25-Jul-10 »
s13 tension rods....

make a bracket for the rod to attach to the motor, then cut the rod shorter, and weld it wherever you desire. then beef it up.


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